Let’s make this crystal clear from the start. Unlike Blackjack, Roulette is not a game that can be beaten in the long run. There are a ridiculous amount of websites and books that offer systems, guarantee you untold riches and show you how to make a full time income playing roulette. This can’t be done. However most systems will win for a short period of time. So if you are willing to risk some cash and stop when you are ahead you can have a high probability of making some money.
This is the most straight forward roulette system and one we have used successfully. First of all you will need to start with some sort of bank roll. We recommend £128. You are then going to bet £1 on red. If it comes in you have made £1. You do this until black comes in. When black comes in you double your bet on red to £2. If the ball lands on red you are £1 in profit. If it doesn’t you double it again to £4. You then keep on doubling until red comes in. Every time red comes in you make £1. If red doesn’t come in seven spins in a row you will lose £127. The odds of red not coming in at least once in seven spins is 1.12%. This means that over 98% of the time you try this, you will make £1.
As mentioned before the key to this system is to give yourself a target to make and stop before you lose your bank roll. We suggest a target of making £22 and once we get there we stop and cash it out. It might not seem a lot in comparison to the £128 you start with but that is a return of over 17%. If you stick to this method and multiply it up you can make 17% return on whatever you start with. However as we stated at the beginning, this could fail and you lose everything so as with any investment, only risk what you can afford to lose.
If you are going to do this then the idea is to risk as little of your cash as possible. You can minimise the risk by opening an online casino account and play with the casino’s money.
Sites to use
888 Casino – We have successfully used the roulette system with this site. You can also get up to £1500 bonus in your first week.
Gamcare – The leading national provider of information, advice, support and free treatment for anyone affected by problem gambling.